Anyone here ever use hardware of arduino with Max/Jitter ?
It seems to be a good alternative to Teleo, is it ?
well, it all depends on what you want to do with it, and how much time
& effort you’re willing to spend. The arduino boards are great diy,
and teleo are a bit more prefab (hence the increased costs).
teleo is also a more mature hardware platform. the arduino ide is
still in alpha (v3. right now).
what are you trying to acomplish??
Friend of mine is working on a roundup of sensor boards, so stay tuned.
Variables to ask:
– do you want MIDI or data in some other format?
– form factor
– sensor attachments
. . . and many other questions, too. Lots of alternatives here.
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